Sep 20 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
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Sep 19 2001 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – With all eyes on the airline industry after last week’s terror attacks, trucking officials are nervously watching the economy suffer and gas prices fluctuate.
Sep 19 2001 by admin
The Fall 2001 Visiting Writers Series at Lyon College opens this week with poet Allison Funk, according to a news release.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – In an effort to track signs of the West Nile Virus, Arkansas health officials on Tuesday asked residents to report any dead birds.
NEWARK – The Newark Fire Department will have a fire truck and donation booth starting at 11 a.m.
Sep 19 2001 by Sharon Knight
FLORAL – Fifth- and sixth-grade students at Midland Elementary are doing all they can to try to make children in one New York City school district overcome some of their fears about the Sept.
Sep 19 2001 by Chuck Ross
On Monday, Pat Watson of Malden, Mo., reported the death of her mother, Emma J. Hill of 2860 Neeley St. to Cpl. Weldon Nichols of the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.
Dr. Bradley R. Gitz, Lyon College political science instructor, was guest speaker at the recent meeting of the Independence County Republican Women’s Club.
Sep 19 2001 by Allison Linn
SEATTLE (AP) – Boeing Co.
A Sulphur Rock school board candidate barely squeaked by her opponent in Tuesday’s school board elections, proving once more that one vote really counts – particularly when its your own.
Sep 19 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Evening Shade was the only school district in Sharp County with a contested race for a school board position with incumbent Frankie Dickerson being challenged by Richard Duke.
Sep 18 2001 by admin
The cardiac rehabilitation program at White River Medical Center moved into a new larger area on the hospital’s first floor last week, according to a news release.